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North County School News, July 11

CARLSBAD

Students do project to mark Holocaust

Middle school students at Pacific Ridge School recently embarked on The Butterfly Project, an installation art project memorializing the deaths of 1.5 million Jewish children during the Holocaust, as their service learning project. Carlsbad resident Shoshana Lehrer, class of 2021, helped bring this project to Pacific Ridge as her Senior Signature, with Encinitas resident Brooklyn Borts, class of 2025, introducing it to the middle school. “I love the idea of creating something so beautiful and meaningful from an event that was such a tragic loss,” Shoshana said. “Our school is devoted to diversity and inclusion, so I thought this would be a perfect project to introduce.” Students from the eighth grade each received a biography card representing a different child who died in the Holocaust and painted a butterfly — in silence — in honor of their child’s story. They then shared the names of the children they were honoring with their fellow group members. The butterflies will be glazed and finished through the summer, then displayed on campus, with more butterflies being added each year.

NORTH COUNTY

Don Diego scholarships honor 19 students

Don Diego Scholarship Foundation is delighted to celebrate its 35th anniversary year by awarding $74,500 in college scholarships to 19 high-achieving students. Scholarships in the categories of FFA, Zable Foundation 4-H, Employee, Exhibitor/Participant and Junior Livestock Auction were offered to students who live in the San Diego area and participated in the San Diego County Fair and/or other activities associated with the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Scholarships ranged from $1,000 to $20,000. The top recipient was Edwin Vargas Navarro of Vista, who received the $20,000 Liss Family Scholarship covering four years of college. He also received a $1,000 Junior Livestock Auction scholarship.

Edwin Vargas Navarro

Edwin Vargas Navarro

(Courtesy photo)

The top recipients included Kylie Konyn of Escondido, who earned the $5,000 Zable Foundation 4-H scholarship, the $3,500 William & Betty Ann Tulloch Junior Livestock Auction scholarship, and the $5,000 Spanjian Family award; Juancarlos Cigarrero of Solana Beach, who earned the top $5,000 (board member) George & Patricia Karetas Employee Scholarship and a $2,500 Special Award; Alexander Poroy of Encinitas, $5,000 Exhibitor/Participant scholarship; and Rebecca Berquist of Poway, $2,500 Juanita Hayes FFA Scholarship and $2,500 Ecke Family Junior Livestock Auction Scholarship.

Other recipients by category were: Employee scholarships: Jamie Uribe, San Diego, $2,500; Samantha Coleman, San Diego, $1,500(board member) Shewmaker Family Scholarship; Matthew Morse, Solana Beach, $1,000 (Executive Director) Mannen Family Scholarship. Exhibitor/Participant Scholarship: Elizabeth Hazard, Encinitas, $2,500 Gerry & Jeannie Ranglas Scholarship; Aiko Lozar, Carlsbad, $1,500; Adelle Priest, Valley Center, $1,000. Zable Foundation 4-H Scholarships: Claire Fernandez, Carlsbad, $2,500; Leila Perko, Vista, $1,500; Morgan Robinson, San Marcos, $1,000. FFA & Junior Livestock Auction Scholarships: Adelaide Sorbo, Ramona, $1,500 FFA and $1,000 Zable Foundation Junior Livestock Auction scholarship; Sydney Breese, Fallbrook, $1,000 FFA and $1,000 Zable Foundation Junior Livestock Auction scholarship; Areli De Casas. Escondido, $1,000 Zable Foundation Junior Livestock Auction scholarship; Kellsey McCaffree, Valley Center, $1,000 Zable Foundation Junior Livestock Auction scholarship; Alyssa Partner, Escondido, $1,000 Junior Livestock Auction scholarship. Visit www.dondiegoscholarship.org.

Educational associations award scholarships

The Association of California School Administrators of San Diego and Imperial Counties and the San Diego County School Boards Association recently honored 10 graduating seniors with scholarships from throughout both counties. Each of the seniors who will be attending college and pursuing careers in education will receive the Region 19 ACSA of San Diego and Imperial Counties and the San Diego County SBA Scholarship of $1,000. In North County, scholarship recipients are: Agelu Laftaga, La Costa Canyon High School; Angeleah Madore, Escondido High School; Dulce Ivonne Gomez, El Camino High School; and Rachel da Cunha, Rancho Bernardo High School. Visit https://regions.acsa.org/18.

‘Stuff the Bus’ campaign runs through July

The annual “Stuff the Bus” campaign is once again collecting money donations to buy back-to-school supplies for students experiencing homelessness. The campaign, now in its seventh year, is a partnership of the San Diego County Credit Union, the San Diego County Office of Education, and iHeartMedia radio stations in support of Live Well San Diego. Part of the donations will also go to help San Diego Youth Services’ various food programs to provide meals for homeless youth. This year, besides the online collection, the community can also make in-store money donations at any Ralphs or Food 4 Less grocery store in San Diego County through July 31, as well as at sdccu.com/donate.

Please send items to [email protected] at least two weeks in advance of events.